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|Eleven Paypal Alternatives You Must Know! by eastern(m): 10:02am On Jan 21, 2009|
Many people think that in order to do business online
you need to have an expensive merchant account to
have the ability to take payments by credit card from
your customers. Nothing could be further from the
truth. Merchant accounts can be hard to get and the
monthly fees can really add up.
So what's an honest Internet Entrepreneur to do?
The answer for most is Paypal.com. It's easy to
set up an account, and fees are low and depend on
your monthly sales (for most it will be 2.9%
and .30 per transaction). You'll find most Net
users trust and use PayPal for their everyday
purchases, so they won't have a problem using
it on your website to purchase from you.
However, relying solely on PayPal.com for your
business can be risky. Should you ever lose
your PayPal account or you have it "frozen,"
your online income will come to a screeching halt.
You need a backup plan; another way to accept
payments -- or you'll have to close up shop.
This is the same thing as relying on one stream
of income. If you lose your job your only source
of revenue dries up as well. That's why multiple
streams are best to keep you in the green.
So who are some of the others? I thought
you'd never ask:
1) Bidpay: http://www.BidPay.com
This service is available only for those who buy
and sell at online auctions. Buyers use their
credit or debit card to make their purchases
from you and BidPay sends you a Western Union
Money Order or the payment is directly deposited
into your checking account if you live in the
2) CCNow: http://CCNow.com
A shopping cart solution that also allows
you to take all major credit cards without
a merchant account. They pay you your earnings
twice a month and while your money is sitting
on account it earns 1.5% APR.
3) DigiBuy: http://www.DigiBuy.com
For those who sell software. Puts you in
control of pricing, order forms, and delivery
options. Pricing varies with two service levels
to choose from. Your earnings are paid to you
monthly minus their 13.9% per transaction fee
($3.00 minimum). Digibuy allows you to accept
payments by Visa, MasterCard, Amex,Discover or
4) E-junkie : http://www.e-junkie.com/
E-junkie provides shopping cart and buy now buttons to let you sell downloads and tangible goods on your website,
eBay, MySpace, Google Base, CraigsList and other websites using PayPal Standard, PayPal Pro, Google Checkout,
Authorize.Net, TrialPay, ClickBank and 2CheckOut.
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|Re: Eleven Paypal Alternatives You Must Know! by vixar: 11:06am On Oct 29, 2010|
For anything PayPal in Nigeria go to www.belsupport.com
I bought the below account from them and have been using for about 8 months here in Lagos.
|Re: Eleven Paypal Alternatives You Must Know! by vixar: 11:09am On Oct 29, 2010|
I bought this PayPal Accounts for $60 each from www.belsupport.com
|Re: Eleven Paypal Alternatives You Must Know! by Nobody: 9:36pm On Oct 29, 2010|
I love the concept of your site. Not bad at all.
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